The Sentimental Agent Episode 12: Not Quite Fully Covered

Bill Randall is convinced by the daughter of a dead art collector to insure the exporting of a hoard of priceless antiques. The appeal made was to protect the goods from a greedy government looking to take hold of these treasures. This risky business takes on more risk when the shipment goes missing and so does the reputation of Mercury International.

Personal Synopsis

Although I am not an expert at insurance dealing, this episode happens to bring a complicated scheme of insurance fraud into the light. The world of antiques im sure is never far from the protectionists effort to insure their stake in their treasures. Bill Randall is back to play the Mercury International spokesperson while Carlos is away and does get himself into a right mess. It appears his intuition is failing him.

Original Air-Date: December 14th 1963

Directed by Charles Frend

Written by Roger East

Bill Randall- John Turner

Yanni- Keith Baxter

Chin- Burt Kwouk

Miss Carter- Clemence Bettany

Nikki- Imogen Hassall

Truman-Jones- Reginald Beckwith

Pettygrew- Charles Lloyd Pack

Saphodes- Cyril Shaps

Uncle Georgi- Barry Shawzin

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